The successor to one of last year’s most popular phones, the HTC One, will be unveiled on 25th March.
The device will reportedly be available in white, grey and gold editions, and the latter two have already been shown off in images from the renowned Twitter leakster @evleaks. They reveal that the new version of the One will share a very similar design to the original, but with a few notable differences.
This will be the first HTC phone to include virtual buttons, although the hefty black bar containing the HTC logo remains in place, while the back sports two cameras. While the purpose of the dual camera arrangement is not yet known, it could be designed for greater depth of field control including the possibility of refocussing images after they have been shot, and also processing tricks such as object removal that have been only been software based.
The images show that HTC’s Blinkfeed home screen will remain in place. Other reported specs suggest a modest update over last year’s One, with a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM and a 1080P display.